Hi Marilyn,
One of our groups, the Office of Health Assessment and Translation (OHAT), conducted a systematic review search on chemotherapy during pregnancy.  They published their findings last year -  

It has a few mentions of pancreas in the text, but the main focus is on individual antineoplastic agents.  Appendix B lists the search terms used -  You could find some useful terminology in it.  

Please let me know if your oncologist found the document useful.  OHAT likes to know if their systematic reviews are worth the effort.

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     On Tuesday, November 4, 2014 2:19 PM, "Teolis, Marilyn" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

 Dear Colleagues,
I am going to check the clinical trials database.  However, I would like your assistance with PubMed.  When it is a search that is this serious, I like to check with you because I want to make sure I'm not missing anything.  One of our oncologists is looking for a antineoplastic/ chemo regime for his 30 something pregnant patient who has metastatic pancreatic cancer.  Please reply to me directly.  I will send a summary to any of you who are interested.  TIA.

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